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CCAI is partners with Project 143 for a Winter/Summer Hosting Program from China, Latvia and Ukraine! The Project 143 Spring photo listing will be open in February! Pre-register today to see the orphans from China, Latvia and Ukraine who are available to stay with your family for 4 weeks in the Summer of 2015. Consider this truly remarkable way to make a difference in an orphan's life next summer! If you see a child you are interested in hosting next summer, contact the P143 team immediately. Many of the children will be placed on hold VERY QUICKLY! Contact numbers are in the photo listing! Here is the link to pre-register: http://www.projectonefortythree.org/host/photo-listing-registration/
Families choose to host for a variety of reasons. Some families ultimately want to adopt the child they host. Although not all children in this program are available for adoption, many children are. Additionally, CCAI can assist you as your placing agency should you host a child through Project 143 and then want to consider the possible adoption of that child.
CCAI is a licensed, non-profit, Hague-accredited agency serving families in the US and around the world, and we have placed more than 11,500 children since 1992. Our China adoption program--our focus and specialty--has been ranked #1 worldwide by the CCCWA in China. Adoption is our passion; families benefit from our specialized and personal service, and our adoption costs are a...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency 6920 S Holly Cir Colorado
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